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Day-2 of West Indies vs Pakistan first test, Day Report: West Indies gave a befitting reply to Pakistan with the bat on the second day of the ongoing West Indies-Pakistan first test match in Kingston (Jamaica).
Craig Brathwaite  |  Photo Credits: AP
- West Indies vs Pakistan – 1st Test Match – Day 2 Report
- West Indies batsmen showed their strength on the second day of the ongoing first Test in Kingston
- Captain Craig Brathwaite played a brilliant innings but missed a century by three runs
First Test match between Pakistan and host West Indies in Kingston (West Indies vs Pakistan 1st Test) continues. On the first day of the match, West Indies won the toss and invited Pakistan to bat first. The Pakistani team was reduced to 217 runs before the end of the first day’s play. After this West Indies started their innings but before the end of the first day’s play, Mohammad Abbas gave them two blows in two balls. West Indies were struggling after losing 2 wickets for 2 runs, but on the second day on Friday, the Caribbean batsmen hit hard, especially captain Craig Brathwaite. (Kraigg Brathwaite) and former captain Jason Holder (Jason Holder) has. Alam was that by the end of the second day, the West Indies team had scored 251 runs for 8 wickets. They have got a lead of 34 runs.
Brilliant innings from Craig Brathwaite but missed out on a century
West Indies resumed batting on the second day with the score of two wickets for two runs. Pakistan had a very good chance to put pressure on them but the 28-year-old West Indies captain and opener Craig Brathwaite stood as a wall between them. At the other end, the batsmen kept coming and getting out after scoring a few runs, but Brathwaite kept one end of his team keeping restraint. He had scored 97 runs in 220 balls but then there was a mistake and Hasan Ali ran him out. He missed out on his tenth Test century by just 3 runs. Brathwaite hit 12 fours in his innings.
Amazing partnership between Jason Holder and Brathwaite
Current captain Craig Brathwaite also forged a great partnership with former team captain and experienced all-rounder Jason Holder during his innings. There was a great partnership of 96 runs for the sixth wicket between the two, which worked to tire the Pakistani bowlers. Their partnership lasted for 190 balls, which gave balance to the West Indies innings. Jason Holder scored 58 runs in 108 balls. Holder’s innings included 10 fours, that is, more than half of his innings came from the boundary. Earlier, even during the bowling, Jason Holder had taken three wickets for Pakistan.
Pakistani bowlers’ performance on the second day
Kieran Powell and Rumah Bonner, both batsmen, were dismissed for zero on the very first day of the West Indies side. Both were dismissed by Mohammad Abbas. While Mohammad Abbas also dismissed Kemar Roach (13 runs) on the second day. Abbas has taken 3 wickets so far. After this, on the second day on Friday, Hasan Ali dismissed Roston Chase (21 runs). While Shaheen Shah Afridi took two wickets by dismissing Jermaine Blackwood (22 runs) and Kyle Myers (0) in two successive balls. One wicket came in the hands of Faheem Ashraf who broke his partnership with Brathwaite by dismissing Jason Holder. Afridi has conceded the highest 59 runs so far.
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